Documentation de projet
SABER Workforce Development Grenada Country Report 2013
Date de publication: 12 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-World Bank
Grenada has faced various socioeconomic challenges within the last decade, including the destruction wrought by Hurricane Ivan in 2004 and the global financial crisis. As a result, economic indicators for Grenada illustrate unfavorable increases in the poverty and unemployment rates, especially among the youth and young adults.
As studies show a shortage of skills throughout the economy skills development has come into focus within the last five years in an effort to stimulate the private sector, which continues to struggle to attract foreign investment. Workforce development (WfD) has been deemed a priority for improving the country’s socioeconomic prospects.
To support the government of Grenada in this effort, the World Bank implemented the diagnostic tool SABERͲWfD to assess the institutional bottlenecks that stand in the way of progress; this exercise was viewed by the World Bank as a first step to deepen dialogue around the major WfD challenges that the country needs to address. The results of the assessment presented in this report are expected to assist in clarifying priorities. They classify the WfD system according to four stages of maturity in policy and institutional development, as follows: (1) Latent, (2) Emerging, (3) Established, and (4) Advanced.
National training agency strategic development plan
Date de publication: 30 juin 2015
Source: Gouvernements, Institutions d'EFTP
This strategic plan charts the priorities to be addressed and the associated implementation agenda of the Grenada National Training Agency (NTA) for the period 2014 – 2016. The plan was derived from a combination of 1) a review of international, regional and national documentation on education and on the development of TVET implementation systems and priorities; 2) meetings, using a questionnaire format, to solicit feedback from 15 private and public sector entities involved in training and in technical and vocational work in Grenada; 3) repeat meetings with the NTA to seek clarification on their role and key functions and meetings with the Ministry of Education (MOE) to develop an understanding of their role in TVET education in the secondary school system; and 4) the hosting of a two-day strategy planning workshop with the private sector, NTA, TAMCC, MOE and other stakeholders held on 4th and 5th September 2013.